Part of The 'Little Red Book Series'.

An Executive Summary on How to Have Enough Conflict to Drive Team Performance Without  Eroding Team Cohesion.

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The Problem


According to the CPP Global Human Capital Report, 85% of employees routinely experience workplace conflict. In fact they spend an average of 2.8 hours per week dealing with conflict at a cost of $359 billion in paid hours.


Unfortunately not having conflict is just as costly. 95% of employees claim to struggle addressing concerns with their colleagues, wasting the equivalent of $1,500 and an 8 hour workday for each conversation they avoid.

You can't afford to let conflict destroy team cohesion, but you also can't allow avoidance to destroy team performance. This is why you’ll want a copy of this Executive Summary. In it you’ll learn:

Why Effective Conflict Is Essential

Including the phenomenon called Comfortable Clone Syndrome where all ideas are liked, derailing companies' odds of innovating.

Why Effective Conflict Is Elusive

You'll learn the two types of conflict and how to rewire your brain to prevent the negative type from being given priority over the positive.

The Organizational Elements of Trust & Accountability

How your organization must be set up to Court Conflict to remove the stigma attached to it, increasing people's appetite for it.

The Individual Elements of Trust & Accountability

How a person’s level of Empathy impacts their perception of conflict, increasing their ability to engage in it.

The Leadership Elements of Trust & Accountability

The difference between Persuasion and Coercion and how the former is a requirement of healthy conflict, despite the latter being easier to use.

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We are committed to helping as many organizations as possible improve their ability to have conflict. So much so, that we are willing to set aside time for anyone committed enough to ask for it.

During this 100% no-obligation session you will learn your unique Behavioural Profile, how to assess the profiles of everyone on your team, and how to connect all of this into a workplace conflict framework that will drive your innovation for years to come.